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A new insurance survey revealed that 5% of those behind the wheel can’t wait to tell their friends and followers where they’re going, what they did, what they ate, who they’re with or what they think of (insert political discussion of the day).
Releasing its findings Monday, just in time for summer road trip season, Erie Insurance Group surveyed 500 U.S. residents ages 18 and older in February. Of those surveyed, 50% admit they use their smartphones while driving. In that group, 5% are engaging in social media.
And of them, 89% say they are usually scrolling through photographs, 63% are either taking or posting photos, 22% are watching or shooting videos, and 19% are commenting on other people’s photos or videos.
An insurer that accidentally paid a $1 million settlement twice is having a hard time getting its money back.